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Benevolent Asylum and Hospital. TOWN HALL, FRIDAY, 10TH. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

Benevolent Asy um and Hospital. TowN HALL, Fa?ID?, 10UT. NOVEMBER. The fortnightly m'nting was hold at four o'clock p.m., prosent±Messrs. Cooper (presl deot), liurbauk, Iill, and Woods. In the absence pf the secretary, Mr. Burbank read tle minutes of last meeting, and took minutes of tie present. The snperintendena reported the (nmates at 15 males, 1 femalt, 16 outdoor recipients, and 15 children. Tiomas Smith admitted since last meeting. Admission confirmed. A. roequisiton was pt in for sundry articles, which were ordered. the superintendent was directed to hbave thoe lospital duly whitewashed in accordanceo with t.he annual pratleo, and theL chlineys swept. TENDERS PtQ FtIRWOOD. Tihe following werd opened for 150 tons: Henry Beams .. .. 28 0 0 Mi. Waters p. 15 10 J. O'Brite (100 tonsonly) 20 0 O T. Robins... 29 15 0 The tender of II. Ieams accepted. PAy?IsENTS. N. E. Thurman ... , .1 10 0 Out-door relief 5 8 0 Application fronem r. Manrning on behalf of Mrs. J4arnett. Consideratio...

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MELBOURNE, Nov. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

Sir Anthony Musgrave and Lady left Melbourne fur Adelaide by the Claude t Hamilton. Two inquests were held on two separate days on bodies unidentified, found in the Yarra; verdict f und drowned. .ran2ley, late Inspector of Police, sued Dr. .1%'Crtbey for wrongful detention in the Inebriate Asylum. As the Supreme Court pronounced the writ bad, the Chief I Justice and jury nonsuited him on the technical ground that though the writ was formally bad, the Magistrates' order for detention wat not rescinded. W'heat, Cr GI ; flrur, £13 12,; maize 4e; oats, 3s di to 3s Gd; bran and pollard is 51. At sale of racers. Impudence realize] two hundrzd guineas; tiepetiticn, two hundred and twenty guineas; Aurungzobe, ole hundred and mnlLty guineas; Nunny. kirk, one hundred and fifty guinues; uther horses passed in. Llotsn's Bay lailnway Shares sold for eighty-fire. The .lrgu.r nanounces the purchase of Hlobson's Isy IRarlway agreed upon the particulars will be communi cated to-morrow. SATURD.tY'S R...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

TUESDAY, NOV. 14. The court eat at 10 a.m. On the bench J. Trangmar, Esq, .P., and J. L. AFcher, Esq, Police v. Evans, drunk and disorderly. Admitted the charge, second offence. Fined 0Os. or 48 hours imprisonment. Policeo . Turnbull, drunk and disorderly. Admitted the charge, but pleaded in mitiga tion that it was a Ifrat ofence. Fnqed 4s. or 24 hours, 'Police' v. Turnbull, This same Indrvidual 'as brought up onaasecond charge of exposing Constable depoecd to the facts of the ex posure, and alleged that son?e ladies .ere passlog up thle street at the tiume. ?Theo icfndant said he was sqrry le was drunk, otherwise he would not qn any 4ccqunt be guilty of such impropriety/ If the Bench dealt leolencntly with this case he would see that thligq of this kind should not again happen. Th1o bench Informned defendant that he was subject to a penalty of two years, but as he appeared sorry for what had happened, the penalty would be light for a first offence. Pined 4s, or 24 hours. Polic v. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

IMEPOrTANT·. NOTIOE. O'CONNOR : MOSE SBeg to inform the inhabitants of Port land and its surrounding district that having PfRCHASED THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK-I?.TTRDE OF E. H. YOSE, .. Consisting of DaPEna, mEOWs 6-. RBOTS CLOTHflO, aOOTS, So., AMOUNTING TQ .£4,54T is. 9d., At ai Very Large Discount off Melbourne Cost Price, .They 7ntenA OFFERING THE SA?F- AT A GREAT REDUCTION F.RQO ORIGLNALt PRICES, Wanted Cash buyers Ifor; General Drapery, Men's, Youths', and Boys' Clothing, Boots and Shoes;' -To Come and see O'Connorand Mose's great bargains before, purchasing else where." They undertake to Give Them goods cheaper than any other house in the Western District, in ,fact their prices are almost equal to giving stuff ... .. AwaJ.-U This they intend doing,- with a view to making a great clearance previous to the arrival of their new purchases, they haviug reduced the prices of the whole of the goods to such an extent thatlthey are really presenting their customers with upwards of During ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

SPEOIAL ADVERTIBEM.LNTB. TO CARRIERS. W ANTED Horse and Bullock Teams Y to cart Wool during the season. CIHOAKEfl, SCO'1T & Co. ,orllenad, 2ud October, 187 - S~EIAL ADVE?RISE?mmaN For the February Sales. M EL S S. GEEN'S Blaek. wall lis of Passenger S r LODDOS DIRECT. ma manics'a^ new pasengwer ship 3IELBOURN-E, RICHARD MARSDEN R.S.B. Com=ander Will be dTespahed from the Sandridge Railway Pier M ONDAY, 13sh- UYELBEB. The Melbourne is a new reael on her2sd voyage, and is coasider by na..ial judge apply to J. of the tAt atDi C. s ss?. For the has Februareen d gn by Messrs Green, ak wal, heiwnes ann. bide., S itso e srepd t-o the coomrt, saey; ,, nacraetene nf passengers, fo wom the an A sltiam in alt b-oyd' ia cannot ts, IPTe SAlOON CABINS are f Peiall sire sand ghist wanl highz and ventiated, adniral4 -adaptd far famites and are fited wtoh obi fus.t LadLe' and gent1ede B bethroe are gthe aiyim aed oanaste and 5 a ýe 16th oaember, 17. and pid . A thanks to the nhabitants ship ...

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MELBOURNE. Friday, November 10. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

- ME'1;BO U RNE. _ t noa oca ow aacosareosus*z.) S Friday, November 10. The ayoruil Banquet last night -presented several points of interest -worthy of record. The first' was the ,reception aaoorded Sir Hercoles Robin -son, and of this it may be said that nothing more enthusiastic, more oordial, more deafening, has been seen Sin the Town HalL For over four .minutes men shouted, screamed, rapped :tables -and waved handerchiefs in a 'teuipeeLof.aexnkerat enthusiasm. The .sporting Governor was evidently in the core of the -hertof all-present, a:d .the.ovation.he received was soflatter. lag that it forced one to think of how .worthily in the future be may replace oar present popular Governor, who in .?iiated that he bad arrived at his half way house, andthat be had, therefore, by the rules of-the service, only three more banquets to eat in the Town HaIL Our present Governor.:has proved so pleatant an 'upholder' of the duties of vioe-royalty, that we , hall be most :loaitito-part with hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

. Se uar Steam Communication between.Melbourne, Warr nambool,'Belfast, and Wortland. IiE iuddrlgpned despalelt Steamers ns , ''undidr (weather permitting): S:FROM MELBOURNE To Warrnambool, Belfast, & Portland, ;Name of Steamehip. I Sailing Day. at 3 p.m. . ULIA PEROY. Every TUISDAY ; 30 ' ROY I Every FRIDAY, at FROM' PORTLAND ai Melforne, calling at Belfast and o Warrnambool. i?mNe of Steamship I Sailing Day. Every TUESDAY, Ol 'OYT snalllng from Port land at 2 a.nl. Every FRIDAY, JULIA PERCY failing from Port land at 7 n.m. .IoBeatsm will be in attendance to carry pas eengers from the north jetty to the steamer from 8.30 to 10 o'clock, the night previous to isailng. i: Return tjckets issued available for either steamer for Two Months. ,Fares and freights at current rates. CROAKER, SCOTT Oan CO.. Agents. "I Porgid, Sept. 21, 1870. Warrnambool - Steam Navigation C:; ompany Limited. .THE NEW STEAMSHIP CArr. J. THOMIPSON, LEAVES MELBOURNE For. Warrnambool, Belfast, and Portland ...

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SUICIDE AT SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

SUICIDE AT SAVDHIIRST. On Friday morning a confectioner named Goodman, of High street, Sandhurst, was found dead in his bed, having apparently poisoned himself. On a search being made a moemorandum was found in deceased's hand writing, that through belng in embarrassed circumstances he would end his life, and the presumption is he did so by poisoning himo self an empty phial having been found under his bed, and another with laudanum marked on it in his room. Deceased was a married man, but lis wife had left him, and lie lived alone. Some years ago he was in extensive business in Bourke street, Melbourne, and in Tasmania; at Launceston he was an hotel keeper. An inquest will be held to-day. Evenina News.

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. TOWN HALL, MONDAY, 13TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

BOROUGH_ OUNCIL, TOWN HALL, MONDAY, 13Tq NoyE?MBER. The Council met at 4 p.m.; present, the Mayor (J. 'rang?ar), Marriott, KeIiler, Pile, lleoty aad Dacomb. The minutes of last meeting read and confirmpd. As wroaxs.e In reference to Cr. Henty's motions carried at last meeting, about gas, Or. Dacomb said he would not act on the committee unless he had some guarantee that alter the labor of collectiug statistics the Council is prepared to follow up the report with some definite action in the way of constrqution. It would not he fair that the time of ouoncillorq should be taken up to prepare statistics for a privr.te company. 'he Mayor said the Cooneil as a cor porate body refused by resolution to undertake the erection of gas works, and till that resolution was ' rescinded no action could be takeu. Cr. Kniter only consented to act on the committee on the understanding that sornething definite would follow the re port to be submitted by tlhe committee appointed to gather stotletics as ...

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TABLE TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

TABLE TALK. ! HoPsu-rt. Scstnr.-"he Rev. E. Rad-' clife, of Belfa.st, wi preach at St. S:ephen's on Sunday rest, when collec ti.ns will be made in ail of the Portlani Benerltent Asylum and Hospital. NuSrow Es'a:A.--TL lifeboJ t shed on the je.tt canught fire ye~erdav, it is pre sumel through an acciintal spark from the engine now at work an the contract T::e fire was at once pat out, and no damage was done worth speacing of. Ratrw.Ar Co?rscTreosB LL.-Tiere was a rvey lenghy rsitting cf the Cabinet on Friday, when Ministers rwre engsge- in finally consderiog the prvcisions of the Railway Constructin Bill. This bid will in all probability be intr?dtced into the L-gi-satise Assembly on ThursJay next Sr. S ruarv'e.-This church was crowded to excs-s oi Sunday evening on the occasion of the farewell sermon of Bishop Thornton, which vas listeled to throughout with wrapt attention. The lit verse of the 21st chapter of Revelations was the passage that furnished the material, and the discours...

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 11TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

POICE COURT. ýSTnnru.a, 11it Novsincan. Before Henry Scott, Esqr., J.P. and J. Lee Archer Esqr. J.P. James gtarrett v. J. browning, charged w ith ,lagaging property by permitting tap weer .to drain into his promises. -be plaintiff deposed that defendant had pat a channel from his ten pits, which con tdcted 0hde liquor into his (plaintilI's) land, And rendered the weli and other water too Ip urg /q use; the exel} was goat ofqen. Ma'.Jutler, who appeared for defendant, psked that he oease rpight be put out of pourt, e}i't wes not one that could he dealt with under the Police Qffences' Statute, Sis client thought he had a right to out the o ansel, and if the result was offensive to taintiff, he had his remedy tader the ealth ' Statute. The Bench dismissed the ease; no opsti Allowed: P M'Glynn v. William Rosevear claim for £11 4s, goods sold and delivered. No appearanoe of defendant. Verdict for the amount, with nd fees of court. D. Kay p. James Gardiner, claim for £20 goods sold and de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

Shire of Portland. rplIli Atlinnl mtetitg of tho Council of tho Srtu of P'utla?td itill bo hold at Coth, t, ln L'I" ?AY, NOVEtIIIEIlt I 1NIl'ANI', whul the Altllual A?coutlwill be ounulitted an I ecttlud. VM. CLAPilAM, Secretary. November 7, Mo. . C. F. Crouch & Co. ? IAVI JUl' I.EUEIIVED a full 4Groceries.. Spirits, Also pattorins f DINN1EI and ilt BIIEAIC [AST S IIVICES whitoh aot be had iul any number of plocoa to ault purohasers. 1lreakagoe cau bi replaced. -otioe.. A NY person found cutting or removing TIMBER or STONE from BSOKEI FAIRM without permission will be prose cuted. CROAKRE, SCOTT & Co. Portland, 14th November. C FAWSSETT is now in Portland, C and will remain until Thursday. Attendance at Casterton-from Saturday till Monday nest. Orders for Artificial teeth promptly ezecuted. Victoria House, 14th November.i r lIE REV. MIR. STAIILE, of the L Mission Station Condah, debilcs to return his sincere thanks to all those who so kindly contributed towards commpu...

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SUICIDE AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 14 November 1876

SUICIDE AT GEELONG. Our correspondent writes :--" A melancholy case of suicide occurred on Friday evening,   at the Steam Coach Hotel, Mercer Street. The house is kept by a man named Smith, who for some considerable time past has not lived on the best of terms with his wife. Both were somewhat addicted to drink, and on Thursday Mrs. Smith was suffering from an attack of delirium tremens, when she made an onslaught upon her husband, striking and biting him on various parts of the body. She then turned her attention to the glass- ware, antd smashed nearly everything in the place. For a tihn site was a little better, but afterwardls shut herself up in a room, and opened a vein in her leg, from which she bled to death. Dr. Pincott was sent for before the breath left her body, but arrived too late to be of any service.--Telegraph.

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POETRY. THE PINE TO THE PALMETTO. A NORTHERN WOMAN'S REPLY TO A SOUTHERN WOMAN'S PLEA FOR [?]ACE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

* POETRY. THE PIN'E TO THE 'PALMETTO. A Nonsz1iT S *It iAN'"i HLY 1'Ot A OUtraIll?IN WOMAN'S PLeA MOM PRoCI:., ?A.oompny.al persons, chiefly' from New ,York.,and:h New ROglanl, were tllhered gtogether in a Satraog parlour not long ngo, whii'one of their number read lMrs. Virginia L >flreI' ?a ltrtlilI poem. "The' LPalsnetto auk, the, lPne," which Was rrcently copied IlSto "thi Evening Pdrs from the Nashvillo (T'l'?ni:) Ameries. • Tle i Southern gentle 'wottlas's * plea for. peace". wie greeted iartly;m land one of tile islins pireseno , irs. Palmr,'of .Pltteburl, Sew .Yurk,.thea wife ;onfl.a pliant colonel. of Vulunitcmrs in tlhe Urion sorrie, wrote the following response, which was cent by the sompally' request so the Nq.heille Awericoa as the I'lne'sa reply' to tihe almetto: .We. would thank, you,, o, Sweet singer, for ,yourelsslage so divine, ' oiiifignp' tro·n .Snnthetnl borders-" tho " ishmttto to the Pines" -,For although nor land is chilly, yet our Ihearts within ?s burn, ...

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

ADDITIONAL. INFORMArTON~ IfOII THIE PUBLIC. Thoe rtl for L)rtatoor and Drlc Dr1)ol lIeaYZ IlIeyWtoll it 8 a0,111. ona lVeliiondoy and Snturday, and arrivs ItI iloeywoio on Tuesday null Friday in thus t. Btcht tho Portland Letters should bo "pntod for those places, Io I'lanrlhldl, on Tucaldys at 7.10 p.ui., ad, r lilty at 0.10 p.mi. A mall Is now rarled betwren Lower Capa ilrldgewutrr mudl MoInol (Mount Itlobroond), bylthI resilient., p roblaly oil thel days oa arrlool oltl diepartlurel of 0ie Portland lmail.. ''Io Blelfasllot 11ue of Outils Ieavs PoIrtland' art 8 nalm, onl Tuesday and n ll SIttrdny, instead of 8.118150,311. no hoflCu, allrving at BeIlfo.t at tlhe 01110 tileIl 113 IOeretuere, viZ.., 3.30, Jtl). liho rotulill mal~l 1101lso i~i .leavs efast 11 Oll 11 1ul eiarllier, viz., 8 a.m3., Arriving ii P'ortlalnld s0131 r lmlliu timo before, viz., 1,30, N.tl.-T'tllo alilit dlellivry of Melbourns 1111 1111111 111:1to mlii wIll I11100 pilneeli Ibii i ptit-oilll lu lllwloW h lzit lu...

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PORT PHILLIP HEADS. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

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COMMERCIAL. PORTLAND MARKETS. Guardian Office, November 17, 1976. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

OOMMEROIAL. PORTLAND MIARKEiTS. - Ouardipn Offce, November 17, 1870. The retail price of flo4r Il £1 ij poer ag Uor guotatloes qr- VIoPLqt&.LU Pn(oS.. .. Flour £13 Wheat, iOd to 5s 8A per bushol Oats, 30 3d to 31s 0 do Barley, 3s 0? Bran, Is 01 'oll?wl, 1 O6dl do Butter Is 2d to nl 3 lb Eugs lOd dozon ' C(leap (Cplonial) 9d to 81 per lb, IHrTAIL PnlocM. Flour, 27s per bag cash. Barley, '4ppr b4lmej Wheat, ts • " do Oats, 4i to 3s 6C do bral, Is Gd do Pollard I a d to Is 011 do Butter Is 4d to' (s 0lb. Egga, l doz. road t71 eor 41b loaf Allmoaa Iark, 3 Lpor ton

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THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. THE WAR IN EASTERN EUROPE. LONDON, SEPT. 30 TO OCT. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

''HE WAR IN EASTERN EUROPE. LONDON, SEPT. 30 TO OcT. 9. A confereOce of all the powers is ox. pected, aind Austria desires that it shall consist uof ambassadors representing all the ignatolry powers. Italy and France have given their consent. Germanny's aniewer is expected ason. A semi.olffieil article in the l'ose says that Russin herself also urges a conference. SRnesin is presentitig a very belligerent attitude, intwithatanding her protesta tlOns of peace taed t:ropoeals for a con Seromci. A rlispaltch from New ',Yrk states that the Ru,thschiild are cotllient thnt Russia will Inot cumlil t herself to a runeat war, and that neither Austria 'nor Germanc y cani do so, owing to their Iiansloial lpotiloll. Austria will preserve friendly ro ialions with IlRhsin. Ilussin has deoularoed that she will do her utmost to Ipreent Servin trin r con tinuing the war, if Austria and England will indnae T'lurkey. to grant an .! .|,,i'iu:. gLttdlrAb, Oar. 4. Large numbers of volunteers are joining ...

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MELANCHOLY DEATH OF A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

MEL I?C?COLY DEATH OF A. CHILD-. . The cit, ioner ?eld an inquest on Saturday upon the body of a child, two years to age, named Magiar?iat Williams, the daughter of a publican at Fitzary. The oevdeircdi othe 'father went to show that on the. morning: of the t9th inst. his little girl,.was running about. the hotel. 'There was no one in the bar, on the floor of which there woe a ten-gallon keg of rum, with a tap fitted intoe it, and a large glasss ubdoieiieath' t oaoch the droppings:" Nob? n?e saw the deceasod driiinkig 'dut of the glass, but between ' and 8 o'oloof"?ho was ob petýad td stagger into ithI r6oo behind th; br and ifall doWn.'.:tloer father picked her p, and' fou'd ,that,- she aiwelled stronglyi:ofw, ram. Hel,gave laer some water and she vomited some "urn. Hel :tienInlet he'rsleep t'for' an .hour, after whlish' he/took. her 'to Mr. $est, chemist. Mr. Beat, on seeing the child, at once advise d (hat DP? Whit.. combe basentfor,and this was accor dingly ddne.? Oi i'the arriv...

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The Guardian, WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE "PORTLAND EXPRESS." To Protect our Rights—Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian — 17 November 1876

WaUIT tii Wa 0 Is INCORPORATED To E "?PORTLAND EXPRI?e." To Protect our Rights - Not to Infringe upon those of Others. FRIDAY, NOVEMLIER 17. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION BILL. As antioipated by many, the Brant alms and Casterton branch line is mhitted from thbo Railway Construe ton Bill to be submitted by the Governmoent, and as our telegram in. fodms us that the Premier's statement iunmoving the purchase of the Bob. son's Bay line and indicating his in. tention to construct a number of light lines, including one from Warrnambonl to Hawkesdale, was received. with cheers, it may be inferred that the policy of the Government meets the approval of the House. The people of Portland most, under the ciroom stances, rest and be thankful, content that they have got a line which, with out feeders, will be of little service to the town and district, and of still loss value to the State in a pecuniary sense. It remains with Casterton, Coleraine, and the interior places more directly interested to take...

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